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Stanford vs. WSU slated for Friday-Sunday


WSU pitcher Jeremy Johnson. Photo courtesy of WSU Athletics
 
PULLMAN – Rainy weather may have forced WSU and Gonzaga to reslate yesterday’s and today’s baseball games, but sunny weather appears to be on tap for three games against Stanford at Bailey-Brayton Field.
 
Here’s the schedule for the three Stanford games and the current weather forecast as of 11 a.m. Wednesday
 
  • 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 1 — sunny, 0% chance of rain, 62 degrees
  • 1 p.m. Saturday, May 2 — partly sunny, 20% chance of rain, 69 degrees
  • 12 p.m. Sunday, May 3 — cloudy, 40% chance of rain, 56 degrees
 
WSU Cougs are currenlty in second place in the Pac-10.
 
As for the Gonzaga games, the April 28 game in Spokane has been postponed to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 19. And, today’s April 29 meeting has been cancelled.
 
The Zags and WSU have split a pair of meetings this season. Washington State (21-18) won 8-4 in Pullman on March 3 and Gonzaga (28-13) posted a 17-6 victory in Spokane on April 14.
 
To see a promotional video for the team, click here
 
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Other WSU Athletics in the Media:
 
*  04-28-09 WSU Athletics — Jim Sterk talks Cougar Athletics in the A.D. Forum
 
* 04-29-09 Seattle Times — WSU’s lack of response on UW stadium
 
* 04-28-09 Spokesman-Review — Cougars just have to add finishing touches this fall 

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